Nike will begin selling Nike+ as an online service in the US on July 29.
Customers will be able to buy the service for $39.99 a month, or $89.99 per year.
The service will offer exclusive Nike+ promotions and special offers for users, including exclusive Nike-branded apparel and shoes.
Nike+ customers who sign up for the service will be eligible to receive a free Nike+ membership for their account.
The Nike+ product line will include Nike+ apparel, footwear, and accessories.
The Nike+ service will include more than 100,000+ Nike+ members worldwide.
Nike previously partnered with a number of online retailers and online service providers to sell Nike+ merchandise.
Nike CEO Tarek Robbiati said in an interview that the Nike+ partnership with a select group of online merchants helped it better connect with consumers.
“We think that this partnership with Nike, with this group of merchants, helps us better connect the consumer with the product,” he said.
“It helps us make sure that consumers are being able to get the most value out of their Nike+ account and the product they’re buying.”
The Nike service will start with the Nike Watch and other Nike+ accessories for $49.99.
Nike will also sell the Nike+, branded Nike+ bracelets, Nike+ socks, and other accessories for the price of the service.
Customers who want to sign up will be required to pay an annual subscription fee of $29.99 to access the Nike Plus membership.
Customers who want the Nike plus service will also have to pay a $99.99 annual subscription and pay $19.99 for the Nike+.
The service, which also includes Nike+ footwear and accessories, will be available on Nike+ devices, with some Nike+ smartwatches and some Nike+.
The Nike Plus service will initially be available only in the United States.
The company expects the service to expand into other markets in the coming months.