Equitan Sans

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What is the Equitan Sans font?

Part of the Equitan super family, Equitan Sans and Equitan Slab are ready for branding projects and packaging design. They serve up industrial-era letterforms, refreshed for a new century. Each of the seven weights has an upright and a italic variant, with 418 glyphs per font. The default numeral style in all 14 fonts are proportional oldstyle figures. Thanks to OpenType features, tabular versions are also available, as well as lining figures. Equitan Sans, with its closed apertures and arched shapes, resembles nineteenth century grotesques without becoming sterile, like so many mid-twentieth century neogrotesks. Wherever possible, counterforms are rounded, such as in b, d, p, q, 6, or 9 – even the bottom counter of the two-storey ‘g’ is round. The most recognisable character in Equitan Sans is the lowercase ‘y’, which has a straight tail instead of a diagonal one.

Equitan Sans Font families

The Equitan Sans font includes the following font families:

  • Equitan Sans Thin
  • Equitan Sans Thin Italic
  • Equitan Sans Extra Light
  • Equitan Sans Extra Light Italic
  • Equitan Sans Light
  • Equitan Sans Light Italic
  • Equitan Sans
  • Equitan Sans Italic
  • Equitan Sans Semi-Bold
  • Equitan Sans Semi-Bold Italic
  • Equitan Sans Bold
  • Equitan Sans Bold Italic
  • Equitan Sans Black
  • Equitan Sans Black Italic

Equitan Sans Preview

Here is a preview of how Equitan Sans will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.

Is Equitan Sans Free to Download?

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