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Traditional Gabardine ReadyApparel Robe
$239.90

The Traditional robe was designed with comfort, affordability and good taste in mind. Construction features include balanced fluting across the back and over the shoulders, fully lined bell sleeves with matching cuff, a hidden pocket slit on the right side as worn, and a concealed zipper closure. The Traditional has a standard 5" floor clearance. Each clergy robe includes a contoured hanger and a full-length EZ-Stor bag to extend the life of our robe.
 

Our stock ReadyRobes come in the standard sizing listed below. If you need a special size, please talk with one our representatives about our semi-custom and custom robes that can be made to match this stock ReadyRobe you are ordering.

 

Men's Stock ReadyRobe Sizes

Size

Height*

Chest

Sleeve

55-2-33

5' 8"

37" - 41"

33" - 34"

57-3-34

5' 10" - 5' 11"

42" - 45"

34" - 35"

59-4-35

6' 1" - 6' 2"

46" - 49"

35"

61-4-35

6' 4"

46" - 49"

36"

*with 5” floor clearance

 

Once payment is approved, please allow 2 weeks for delivery of your robe. At this time, we are unable to process semi-custom and custom orders online, but you may still place your order by contacting your local Cokesbury store or the Custom Sales Unit, 1-800-237-7511. One of our representatives will be more than happy to assist you with ordering. 

 

Take a moment to look at all the vestments and accessories Cokesbury carries.

 

Care Tip:

The John Wesley Robe should be dry cleaned only.

 

Did you know…

The first four centuries of Christianity did not involve a special robe, tunic, vestment or other garb for members of the clergy, nor presumably for choirs used in a religious setting or otherwise. Tunics remained the primary article of clothing, typically knee-length to ankle-length, usually with a cincture. Often, an additional article of clothing known as a himation was worn. This was rectangular, and wrapped around ones body over the tunic. Himations came in various colors, qualities, and designs dependant on occupation, gender, and status. There is no evidence that the himiation became a clerical vestment.

Over time clergy vestments became richer and made of costlier materials, and beauty played a larger role in church garments. It is unknown if choirs of this time followed suit, though it seems likely.

 

 

 

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