One of these masks is the "Matazin" of Sottoguda, characterized by a high conical hut with wide-brimmed, quilted with paper colored flowers. These flowers are also on the scepter that the character grab during its runs and dances. His clothes are sewed using tissues with or without fringed and which are normally red, white and green, the colour of the Italian national flag, and this is due to the fact that these masks are mainly played by the conscripts. Colourful ribbons and other decorations, as well as a wide shoulder band, make the "Matazin" of Sottoguda royal.
The Matacinch of Laste: another typical mask of this area is the "Matacinch" of Laste (Rocca Pietore), which wears symbols of abundance on his shaped as a miter hat, where he exhibits his family jewels and the mountain rooster feathers, symbol of fertility.
This character, with his Lacchè (his servant), goes from house to house and he invites the girls to the ball. The "Matacinch" leaves in exchange a pledge to the girl's father and he is then responsible for her security. He wears the symbols of the wake up: the scepter or flowering branch, bells, ribbons and coloured handkeirchief. The servant is dressed up like the "Matacinch", but he wears a low handkeirchief on his head.