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Fortrition Facts

Serving Size 1 style

Serving Per Container 14 styles

Amount Per Serving
File Size 74.112 kb Languages 80+

per call*

Glyph Count 428
Glifficency (Bytes per glyph) 173
Total Kerning Pairs (GPOS)
Grouped 848
Flattened 11 365
Units Per Em 2 048
File format (build) TTF OPT
Design Duration (Y) 2.5
Release Date (M/D/Y) 07/24/12
Intended Size 7+ pt 14–48px
Underline position -205
Strikethrough position 1225

* Values are based off Webtype proofs. You can find them via webtype.com.

If additional styles are needed see below:


Roman Italic
Fort Black 76.86 kb 115.924 kb
Fort Extra Bold 77.584 kb 76.3 kb
Fort Bold 74.412 kb 76.984 kb
Fort Medium 72.356 kb 74.668 kb
Fort Book 74.112 kb 74.956 kb
Fort Light 76.368 kb 77.512 kb
Fort Extra Light 78.248 kb 78.588 kb
Total 574.932 kb 529.94 kb

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Shift, an American slab-serif perfect for both taking the spotlight & sharing the stage

Shift is inspired by American slab-serifs from the late 19th century. The lighter weights, with flared terminals and prominent pointy serifs, take on the personality of a typewriter face while the heavier styles, with smaller counters and only thin spaces between characters, act more like an Egyptian for titling use. Shift’s unique flavor makes it a great choice as body copy in sizes down to 14px or as a display face in the spotlight.
Shift won an award from the TDC for Excellence in Typeface Design and was included among Typographica’s Favorites of 2012.

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