Mask made of 100% cotton with the Burgundy cross embroidered on a handmade machine in red thread.

This symbol was commonly used by the Spanish thirds until the beginning of the 19th century and is still in force today in both the air force and the air-mobile units of the land army.

The most distant origin of the emblem takes place from the crucifixion of the apostle Saint Andrew, later the Burgundy Cross will be used as an emblem by the troops of Juan I of Burgundy in the Hundred Years War.

Clearly the mask is not a historical element but it is essential in these times so at least we can wear it with some element that is historical.

Burgundy mask