Sticharion (Gr. Stichar, Lat. Alb; Sl. Podriznik) - The long undergarment of the clergy, with close sleeves, worn under the phelonion (chasuble) or the sakkos.
Description: This is a brand new sticharion tailored in white fine polyester, trimmed with silvery metallic-thread galloons around the neck and down close to the feet (in two parallel lines). The robe is edged with golden metallic-thread fringes down close to the feet. This clothing is woven following the long-established canons of the Christian church.