Versace has unveiled a new Medusa sneaker that looks suspiciously like the ACRONYM x Nike Lunar Force 1.

The low rise sneakers, which arrive in a bright sunny yellow shade, feature a slightly shorter lateral zip than the aforementioned sneakers. To finish off the similar style, the two-tone kicks feature a black leather panel on the heel, alongside Versace branding on the back midsole and zipper.

Versace isn't the first brand to produce an eerily similar sneaker, Tommy Hilfiger dropped an ACRONYM x Nike lookalike back in May last year.

In case you want to cop, you can pick up Versace's Medusa sneakers for $700 at Farfetch.

In other sneaker news, 2 Chainz debuts Versace sneaker featuring a chain link sole.

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