The game of the Boruca devils is one of the most representative celebrations of the Boruca culture, an indigenous people located in Costa Rica.

The origin of this tradition is in the colonial era and has been passed from generation to generation orally until it was recognized in 2017 as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Costa Rica.

It is about the dramatization, through dances and games, of the struggle of the indigenous people against the Spanish conquerors. During three days and three nights, the native Borucas dress up with masks that represent devils covered with vegetation and fauna characteristic of their tropical lands. The colonizers, on the other hand, wear bull costumes.

Boruca Devil T-shirt

  • Composition: T-shirt with unisex pattern and cut. 100% cotton. 4-layer round neck and reinforced cover seams on neck and shoulders.


    - It is advisable to always wash with cold programs that wash clothes at less than 30 degrees.

    - Turning the clothes we will avoid rubbing inside the washing machine.

    - Always use the recommended amount of detergent, and do not use bleach.

    - Always iron clothes inside out and with a cloth on top to protect the marking.

    - Do not put your marked garments in a dryer.