Sharp corners, hard edges, and outlines, condensed and expanded.
It's a variable font with competing interests! Outline vs Inline. Upright vs italics. Condensed vs expanded. Solo vs Stacked. While the possibilities aren't literally endless, there are a lot of fun combinations you can make with Tourney.
This is a collaboration of tech and sport. At least, that is where the inspiration came from. Tourney would feel at home on a space ship or in a stadium. It is optionally stackable with itself. If you're new to layering fonts, there's not much to it: duplicate your text layer, and change the color/weight as you see fit. The lightest weight of Tourney (100) is almost an outline (but it rests on the baseline) and that "stroke" thickens as the weights increase. 900 is completely solid.
Tourney comes in static styles for desktop and web as well as a single variable font and has received several updates since its release in August of 2018. Thanks to Google Fonts it now exists in libre form with an Open Font License and is available on Github
This typeface ships with an OFL (Open Font License) which allows you to install it on as many computers as you like, desktop and web, for free, forever. You can pick it up from the following locations: