Nearly a year since the announcement of the Nike+ edition of the Apple Watch, the fitness-minded wearable is announcing a new addition to its line, complete with a new color scheme.
The Apple Watch NikeLab is much like its predecessors, taking the swim-proof Apple Watch 2 and slapping on a breathable rubber wristband and integration with the Nike+ Run Club app for specialized workouts, motivational messages, phone-free functionality, social features, and more for runners to enjoy.
The major difference separating the limited-run running watch from its kin is the new color of band debuting alongside the Apple Watch NikeLab.
The new wearable sports an exclusive light bone-colored band, offering avid joggers more color coordination options than the previous Nike+ watches’ mixes of grey, dark grey, and Gatorade-tinted neon yellow.
The Apple Watch NikeLab goes on sale April 27, and is available via Nike’s website, select NikeLab locations, and a specific Apple Tokyo pop-up in Isetan.
Nike did not release any pricing details, but we imagine/hope it won’t be a far cry from previous Nike+ Apple Watches, which run for $369 /£369/ AU$529 a pop.
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