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Nike Just Created This Sneaker Inspired by Starbucks

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A man carrying a motorcycle helmet uses a mobile phone outside a Nike Inc. store at the Ayala Center Cebu shopping mall in Cebu, Philippines, on Monday, Aug. 3, 2015. Photograph by Kuni Takahashi — Bloomberg via Getty Images

Nike (NKE) is selling a sneaker for all the coffee lovers out there.

The athletics retail giant has apparently been inspired by coffee chain Starbucks (SBUX) to create a sneaker mimicking the company’s signature green logo, Adweek reported.

Interestingly, this isn’t Nike’s first foray into clothing inspired by food or food brands. The company has also created a Krispy Kreme sneaker and another inspired by chicken and waffles, the publication wrote.

The sneakers can be purchased online here and are selling for $100.

Also notable, it’s unclear whether there is an official partnership between Starbucks and Nike for the shoe, as noted by The Verge. Fortune has reached out to the coffee giant for comment, and we will update this story once we hear back.

Nike’s new Starbucks sneaker comes days after news broke that the retail company has committed further to using recycled materials in its athletics gear. Starbucks also made headlines earlier in May by announcing plans to spend $500 million on sustainability projects.