Montana is a robust stencil typeface cut into a square sans-serif. Combining multiple weights, a complete letter case, and an intrinsic toughness, Montana is definitely a hardworking typeface.
Frequently used by cargo and construction companies and by the military, stencil typefaces are proven to clearly and quickly identify equipment, vehicles, and locations. Montana is indeed based on a set of construction stencils found in New York City. Due to this association with the domains in which stencil typefaces are typically employed and its blockish characters, Montana commands attention and has a certain authority.
The typeface was designed with a complete letter case—both upper and lower cases—and three weights, which is rare for stencil typefaces. These features not only define Montana but allow for more extensive usage and diverse graphic applications.