Last Updated on July 19, 2021
In essence, fonts have no gender. One style of typeface can also be used for several projects. For example: a clean, bold font can be put on wedding invitations, as well as posters, apparel, and book covers. The thing to remember though, is adjusting for concept.
Say you’re working on an office presentation and you need a font that would convey seriousness, boldness, and strength. Then you can use something like manly or masculine lettering. This style usually involves slab serifs, stencils, and distressed fonts. They are often characterized by added weight, or have a grungy or edgy effect.
Looking for masculine fonts to show that you mean business? Here are some manly fonts that would do the job nicely.
The Best Manly Fonts
Pulse is a racing font that displays boldness, showmanship, and speed. Pulse typeface is versatile and perfect for any design including logos, flyers, posters, headlines, sports, video editing and much more. Possibilities are endless.
Heisman is an all caps font with unique small and large cap characters. The font is ready to be used for your sports related projects. Built to be perfect for headlines, jerseys, logos, branding, posters, packaging, advertising, and much more.
The font is geometrically perfect, which means it’s aesthetically pleasing to the eye. Heisman is fully-kerned and is effortless to use. You can always play around with the spacing, however the typeface looks great when the letters are close to each other.
Thunder is a hard working condensed display typeface that you can use over and over throughout your creative career. It is powerful, sophisticated, and confident; conveying a vintage industrial vibe without losing versatility. Thunder is perfect for headlines, signs, logos, posters, packaging, branding, magazines, films and more.
4. Fright Night
If you’re looking for a typeface that will grab the readers attention and build suspense, this font is for you. Fright Night is an emotional serif typeface with horror vibes. The font is clean, sharp, and unique. Fright Night is suitable for posters, movie titles, billboards, branding, business card, and much more.
This modern, all-caps typeface from Designova works great for dedicated brand, logo, and headline displays.
7. Board + Batton
Board & Batton is a carefully hand-crafted, manly font in two styles inspired by the rough and rugged. A substantial font, reminiscent of heavy-duty tools, with a lumberjack feel.
Bonega is a manly font inspired by classic typography on ancient stone inscriptions. It consists of 4 weights (light, regular, bold, black) with matching italics.
9. Friday Killer Font
Unleash the inner bad boy out of your presentation using this typeface from fopifopi that is inspired by dark metal and street wear.
10. Gamba Font
Get Juraj Chrastina’s futuristic typeface in a practical and highly readable form for strong layouts that ensure usage in many of your visual projects.
11. Conservation Sans Family
This font is inspired by a hand-painted warning sign used by the Pennsylvania Game Commission and is set to give your projects a stern air of authority.
From Great Scott, this layered font uses not a single curve in its letters, giving your designs a pointy and dominating persona.
This vintage and adventurous typeface from Drizy will certainly make an impression for print, headlines, and social media – not to mention the bonus animal and badge vectors you get from this package.
From Wahyu & Sani Co., this font is another interpretation of the grostesque typefaces tradition and comes with an alternate influenced by the Futura typeface.
Subtle contrasts and clean lines make this Jen Wagner Co. product reminiscent of mid-century design – which makes it great for logos!
16. Revans Font Family
Arterfak Project’s strong serif with medium contrast motifs give it a strong presence and is great for short body text work such as headlines, logos, branding, and more.
17. Veneer Clean Font Family
Yellow Design Studio presents this non-distressed version of the Veneer letterpress type family, with 8 fonts including Regular, Soft, and Round versions.
18. Asterone Modern Font Family
This all-caps font from Letterhend Studio comes with alternates that can be mixed and matched to produce dramatic effects for many kinds of visual presentations.
19. Gore Typeface
Add a touch of sci-fi and grit to your projects using this no-curve typeface from Tugcu Design Co.
Have a slice of the 1970s New York lifestyle using this RetroSupply Co. typeface that comes in standard, rounded, and roughened versions – plus special characters for street names.
The Routine Creative presents a vintage font based on signage used by barbershops, which works splendidly on designs needing a classic and masculine touch.
24. American Mortar
This font merges modern serifs with classic lines, making it a versatile choice for presentations no matter what timeline you can come up with.
25. Grind Typeface
This Tugcu Design Co. product is an all-caps typeface that features timber, simple, halftone, and demolished styles that promote degrees of customization depending on what your project needs.
Dene Studios merges smooth sans and a clean serif that will give your presentation a unique sense of elegance.
27. Alvaro Condensed Duo
28. Blessed Bandit Font
MightySHORT’s all-caps font bring out the badass side of your visuals in big, clear and crisp lettering for statements that say them out loud.
From Lund Design Co., this condensed display font is strong, direct, and will definitely get your visual the attention it needs.
30. Lustra Text Family
Grype has created this product with inspiration from the Hyundai automotive company logo and took the font to the next level with 8 display weights for a powerful and uncompromising display.
Check out this modern all-caps serif from the 4th February Type Foundry that makes an impact when presented in big texts using few words.
32. Schwager Sans
Latinotype has refined the original Schwager font and kept the same modern structure, geometry, and aesthetics for a bit of technological flair in a masculine package.