The logo Bose uses Avionic Font

The closest font you can get for the Bose logo is this font

Avionic Font

The aviation world contains loads of stylish logotypes, from handwritten scripts to geometric styles and so on. The Avionic Condensed family finds its origins of inspiration in the Air China company logotype, and from there has been expanded upon to create a large stylistic family of 40 fonts.

Avionic celebrates the geometric sans serif styling of the original logotype, evolving beyond the condensed all capital set logo to include a lowercase designed in parity with the original design style, as well as many weights and widths to offer a fresh diversity.

Each subfamily includes a full standard character set with expansive international support of latin based languages, and 5 weights jumping from book to black, along with 5 accompanying obliques. This family is ready to chart a course for your design destination, whatever it may be.

Here's what's included with the Avionic Family bundle:

370 glyphs per style - including Capitals, Lowercase, Numerals, Punctuation and an extensive character set that covers multilingual support of latin based languages.

5 weights in each subfamily: Book, Regular, Bold, Heavy, & Black.

4 widths in the collection: Condensed, Regular, Wide, and Extra Wide.

Accompanying Obliques with each weight/width style.

Fonts are provided in TTF & OTF formats. The TTF format is the standard go to for most users, although the OTF and TTF function exactly the same. Here's why the Avionic Collection is for you:

You're in need of a dynamic geometric font with a variety of weights and widths for your designs

You're an aviation junkie and have to have anything inspired by Air China

You love the style of Bank Gothic, but really want something just a little different

You are looking for a pseudo-techno style font family with versatility

You just like to collect quality fonts to add to your design arsenal

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