Nike on Monday announced a new collection of Apple Watch Nike+ sport bands, which are color-coordinated to match perfectly with the company's upcoming new line of Air VaporMax Flyknit "Day to Night" sneakers. These new bands feature the same style as the existing Nike Sport Bands with a perforated design similar to the standard Sport Bands for Apple Watch. The "Day to Night" collection celebrates runners whenever they choose to run - at twilight, sunset and everything in between. Already released in several colorways, the shoes have also been used for a few of Nike's latest collaborations, with more to come in the near future. For now, it looks like there are no bundling discounts for purchasing the band and sneakers together.
This is a result of the expanding partnership between Apple and Nike.
Apparently, by matching trainers with watch straps, the range allows runners to make a statement "for the first time" about the time of day they most enjoy running.
If you're interested in checking it out for yourself, be sure to know that you will be able to purchase the new Nike Apple Watch Sports bands for $49.00 each starting June 1. Likewise, the company said these bands will be available through Apple retail store locations, various Apple authorized retailers, and Apple.com beginning in "early June".
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