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Here’s every Apple Watch Series 8 band

The latest Apple Watch is better than ever — and the cases and bands are, too.

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The Apple Watch Series 8 packs a ton of new features including a temperature sensor built with women’s health in mind, crash detection, and longer battery life.

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Coming in 41mm and 45mm sizes, the Apple Watch Series 8 is compatible with any band in the Apple Watch Studio. Plus, collaborations from Hermès and Nike will elevate your piece from sporty to chic.

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Starting with the most luxurious, Apple Watch Hermès has three new bands. The first is the Gourmette Metal ($849), a stainless steel chain with noir leather that wraps twice around the wrist.

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The Apple Watch Hermès H-Diagonal ($449) has microscopic Hermès H micro-perforations. It comes in four types of leather to accentuate the sporty pattern.

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Hermès also has a Lucky Horse band that’s a nod to the brand’s equestrian roots with the horse watch face. The horse sleeps when the watch is down and wakes up when raised.

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The Nike Sports Loop ($49) has a flexible nylon weave. A branded “Just Do It” logo is woven into the band to represent your Nike pride.

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The Leather Link ($99) comes in umber and ink colors, and the modern Buckle ($149) in umber, ink, and azure colors.

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For the regular silicone bands, Apple is introducing new shades to the $49 Solo Loop: Succulent, Sunglow, Midnight, Storm Blue, and Starlight.

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The Braided Solo Loop ($99) comes in Rainforest, Slate Blue, (Product) Red, beige, and Midnight.

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Classic Sports Bands ($49) will arrive in Elderberry, Slate Blue, Succulent, (Product) Red, Starlight, white, and Midnight. A pin-and-tuck closure keeps the band secure, while fluoroelastomer provides smooth comfort.

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Classic Sport Loops ($49) have a nylon weave. Choose from Storm Blue, Starlight, Elderberry, (Product) Red, and Midnight.

You can shop the Apple Watch bands now on the Apple Store, with in-store availability beginning Friday, September 16.

This article was originally published on Input. Read the original article here.