I was shopping online yesterday on eBay and happened to run across a "Skufia" which is an Orthodox head gear, usually worn by Greek and Russian CLERGY. The unusual thing about it is that the description of the item had said that it could be worn by ANY Orthodox men, not just Clergy. But, I've never seen laymen wear these hats, only the clergy. I really love the hat and I have always like the idea of religious skull caps and similar attire for men, such as the Jewish Yamaka or the Muslim Kufi, but I don't want to buy the hat and end up finding that it is only for Clergy members. Can someone guide me in the right direct when it comes to head coverings and Orthodoxy. Thanks.