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New Apple Watch bands for spring appear after 'Spring Loaded' event

The Hermes Jumping Single Tour is the only brand new style from today's release batch

Following the company's "Spring Loaded" launch event, Apple added new Apple Watch bands to order in additional styles.

The Hermes Jumping Single Tour is the only entirely new style Apple added today. The band is a woven textile that ships in five "vibrant" colors.

Apple's color naming for the Hermes Jumping Single Tour band includes the following:

  • Noir/Bleu Saphir - black and sapphire blue
  • Rouge de Cur/Rouge H - different shades of red
  • Orange/Rose Mexico - orange and rose
  • Kraft/Rouge de Cur - red and tan
  • Bleu Saphir/Orange - blue and orange

The new Hermes band costs $319. All of the band's styles ship in both 44mm and 40mm sizes.

The Apple Store also offers new color variants for existing styles. The Braided Solo Loop adds Pistachio and Electric Orange options. The standard Solo Loop now includes Cantaloupe, Pistachio, and Tomales blue hues.

Apple added pistachio and orange options for the Braided Solo Loop
Apple added pistachio and orange options for the Braided Solo Loop

The standard Sport band also picked up new colors, including Cantaloupe, Mallard Green, and Capri Blue. Meanwhile, the Nike Sport band added Chlorine Blue/Green Glow, Ironstone/Black, and Hasta/Light options.

The recently-introduced Leather Loop now comes in an off-white chalk color. The Sport Loop band now comes in Sea Salt, Sunflower, Olive, Abyss, and (PRODUCT) Red.

Apple's bands work with all Apple Watch models, including the Apple Watch Series 6 and Apple Watch SE that launched in September 2020.

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