Apple has created 14 country specific Apple Watch woven nylon bands for this year’s Olympics.
The bands are designed to reflect the national flags of 14 major competitors at the games and will be available to purchase when the games kick-off in August.
Unfortunately, these limited-edition bands are available at a single store in host city Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
The bands are made of the same material as Nylon bands Apple originally introduced earlier this year, meaning the only thing different is the design. The countries included are the USA, Great Britain, The Netherlands, South Africa, New Zealand, Mexico, Japan, Jamaica, Canada, China, Brazil, Australia, Germany, and France.
The bands are available for $49 each at the Village Mall Apple Store.
It appears that American sprinter Trayvon Brommel has already got his hands on an early version of the Team USA iteration and took to Twitter to share a picture of the product on Thursday.
This isn’t the first time the Cupertino company creates limited-edition Apple Watch bands for specific events. Apple introduced a special edition nylon strap last month when the company handed out rainbow bands to employees taking part in LGBT Pride festivals.