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Haboro Serif. Simple and soft for text settings














The polls are in. Now here by customer request--Haboro Serif, the newest edition of the Haboro Hyperfamily. The Haboro fonts are an outstanding upstart success from the first part of 2016. Following the release of the popular Haboro, Haboro Sans and Haboro Slab have both been welcomed additions to the family, too.

Now, Haboro Serif continues to build on the base of these related designs. Serif maintains the unique, script-like terminals of the original. These terminals, along with the optimized stroke weight of this face, make it useful for text settings. Prefer standard serifs? These are also available as OpenType alternates within the font, giving you a wider variety of options without compromising its effectiveness in the same text settings..

Haboro Serif works with many other members of the Haboro family as well. Try the original Haboro for your headlines, and pair your Serif text with Haboro Sans for a balanced design that appeals to the reader. Add Serif to your box today, and try this all-around “Renaissance man” of a typeface for a touch of practical elegance on your next job.

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