In 1951, Luigi Ferraro began its cooperation with Egidio Cressi in the factory located in Corso Torino 38 in Genoa, Italy immediately presenting a world news, the Rondine fins. They had a bended blade respect to its shoe; besides, the shoe included all foot by leaving toes free to avoid bruises and cramps. Its patent request (see Tecnique > Patents) will be deposited the year after, in 1952 year to be remembered for another cleverness, the Pinocchio mask made like a monogoggle but with the news of a shaped nose in its face rubber, to be pressed with the fingers for an easy compensation. Goodbye to the nose press of the oval and round masks!
It was 1952; 70 years passed, and these two innovations signed by Ferraro-Cressi were never surpassed. Honor to merit!