Lycra Font

If you are looking for where to download the Lycra font for free, then our site is for you. Also, using our text generator, you can view the font alphabet (uppercase and lowercase letters, special characters) online.

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Lycra Font



Detailed information about the Lycra font:

Text Generator

The Font Preview Generator is a handy tool that allows you to see what the font text will look like.

To view the Lycra font, simply enter the desired text or characters in the box below.:

Your text for example,

Please note that on the screen the result of the generated font text may differ in writing from the one shown in the images. Perhaps the font is not optimized for the web or does not support the current language.


Uppercase (A–Z) and lowercase (a–z) alphabetic characters, numbers, special characters in Lycra font:

Lycra font – alphabet, numbers, special characters


An example of font sizes between absolute units (72pt = 1in = 2.54cm = 25.4mm = 6pc = 96px).

Lycra font sizes

How to Install a Font

We'll walk you through how to install the Lycra font so you can start using it in your projects.

Adobe Photoshop

To add a font to Adobe Photoshop on Windows, simply right–click on the font file and select install. The font will be copied into Adobe Photoshop automatically.

To add a font to Adobe Photoshop on macOS, double–click the font file. The Fonts application will launch. Click the "install font" button at the bottom left of the program window and Adobe Photoshop will automatically sync with the new fonts.

Microsoft Word

Right–click the desired font and select Install to install the font in Microsoft Word. The new fonts will appear in the Microsoft Word font list. Select a font from the list and apply it to the document.


To install a font on Windows, right–click on the font file and select "install" from the context menu. Administrator rights are required to install the font. Once installed, the font will be available for use in any program.


You can install fonts on your Mac in several different ways. One way is to open the Fonts app, click the Add button in the toolbar, find and select the font, then click the Open button. Another way is to drag the font file onto the Fonts app icon in the Dock. You can also double–click the font file in the finder, and then click Install Font in the dialog box that appears.

When you install a font, Fonts automatically checks it for errors.


To connect fonts to the site, you need to use the @font–face rule in the css file:

@font-face {
    font-family: "Lycra";
    src: url("");
.your-style {
    font-family: "Lycra";