I’m going to seminary in the fall, and eventually, I would like to purchase a cassock. Generally, cassocks are quite expensive- many can run for ~$500. Priests routinely recommend House of Hansen and Renzetti Magnarelli to me for quality cassocks, but this is probably an investment I would only make later on in the formation process.
However, I know that there are other cassock makers out there with varying degrees of quality. When reading another thread on vestments/clericals, a poster mentioned PSG Vestments. I had never heard of them before. They make a black cassock with full 33 buttons, lining, etc. for what seems like a really good deal. Here’s the link: https://www.psgvestments.com/cassocks-and-robes/black-roman-cassock-with-black-trims-and-shoulder-cape.html
I can’t find much information about PSG Vestments online or reviews about the quality of their products. I generally am skeptical and subscribe to “you get what you pay for,” but I also know that good deals exist. I know there are not a lot of priests on here, but does anyone know about them or their products? The priests who I’ve mentioned it to have never heard of them. A cassock is not something I am overly worried about at this point, but if this is a good deal and reasonably good quality for the price, it might be worth it to me, as I altar serve constantly. Even if I don’t get one right away, it would be something to consider for the future. @FrDavid96- would you happen to know anything about them? Thanks.