Apple debuts a wide variety of new Apple Watch band colors and designs, including new woven textile Hermès band

Following today’s event Apple has introduced a ton of new Apple Watch bands in a wide variety of new colors and styles. The new Spring colors span across many of Apple’s current band styles, but there is also a completely new Hermès woven textile band.

The Solo loop is now available in Tomales blue, Pistachio and Cantaloupe. They are still priced at $49 in a bunch of different sizes. It’s braided counterpart is now offered in Electric Orange and Pistachio for $99. Apple’s Sport band now comes in Mallard Green, Cantaloupe and Capri Blue. The Sport Loop now comes in more tri-toned designs including Sea Salt, Sunflower, Abyss, Olive. and a new (PRODUCT) Red.

Nike bands are now offered in a Chlorine Blue & Green Glow color in addition to new Hasta & Light and Ironstone & Black bands. Apple’s Leather Link is now available in a Chalk white color for $99.

The Hermès collection expands as well with new woven textile bands available in 5 different colors, while the leather Hermès bands were refreshed with Rose Mexico, Bleu Saphir, and Blanc colors. The new woven textile bands are swimproof and designed to be much more sporty. They are exclusively available as single tour bands.

You can check out some of the new bands in the gallery below, but make sure to head over to the Apple Store to see them all!

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