Sans Stiefel is a font somewhere between blackletter and sans-serif with OpenType features. This font tries to answer how blackletter fonts could have developed, had they not been abolished in 1941. It is somewhere between a Fraktur and a modern sans-serif font.
Sans Stiefel provides all characters from the Basic Latin, including Latin-1 Supplement block. By default, 55 ligatures are switched on. Sans Stiefel comes with its own set of romantype alternatives of the capital letters used in German.