Apple recently updated its Apple Watch Nike+ site to announce the October 28th launch date of the watch. Announced back in September, the Apple Watch Nike+ is a unique version of the Apple Watch Series 2 but features a breathable watch band and Nike watch faces.

You will have the option to choose between four different colors including black, gray, silver, or yellow for the band of the device, and all models come with the standard aluminum case.

Anyone interested in the Apple Watch Nike+ can pre-order the wearable starting at $369 for 38mm and $399 for 42mm.

Just like the Apple Watch Series 2 models, Apple Watch Nike+ has a built-in GPS so you can track your pace, distance, and route - even if you don’t have your iPhone with you. Thanks to the bright display, you’ll be able to read your metrics, no matter how much the sun glares.

The Apple Watch Nike+ watch also comes with an app called the Nike+ Run Club, which gives runners motivation to go and train, as well as the option to compete with friends. The Nike+ Run Club app is free and will work with any version of the Apple Watch.

At its iPhone 7 event, Apple said that its wireless AirPods would be launched in late October, so there’s a chance the Bluetooth headphones will also launch on October 28.