The Green Party recently sold out of their limited edition vintage sweatshirts made popular by MP Chlöe Swarbrick.
However, Labour has been accused of stealing their style as they too have also released a vintage sweatshirt.
Compared to the Greens sweatshirt, the Labour party's is $15 cheaper, selling online for $60.
One person took to Twitter to point out the similar style of clothing.
Swarbrick also noticed the similarity replying to the Twitter post, simply commenting 'Oh'.
In a text message to Stuff, Swarbrick acknowledged no one owns the sweatshirt concept.
"Nobody owns the idea of a sweatshirt, in much the same way that no political party can lay claim to an electorate like Auckland Central. Like the Greens policy on Matariki as a public holiday, Labour are totally entitled to follow in our footsteps on vintage merch."
When Stuff contacted Labour, a spokesperson denied they had taken the Greens' idea.
Despite the controversy around the sweatshirts, many other political parties have a large range of merchandise from mugs to coffee.
So here's a round-up of some of the 2020 election merchandise.
Vision NZ have also jumped on the vintage sweatshirt bandwagon as they have released their own crew neck with 'protecting the kiwi way of life' printed on the back of the sweatshirt.
While the National party have the typical mugs, T-shirts, tote bag and cuff links, you can get yourself a jacket. But not just any jacket this one appears to be waterproof.
Remember when National Party leader Judith Collins was photographed helping put up a new election billboard in Papakura. Well, you can get your hands on that jacket, the same design she was wearing that day.
For $42.99 you can get your hands on a National jacket which comes in six sizes with the slogan 'Stronger Teams, More Jobs. Better Economy' on the back.
The Greens have a fair amount of merch from wrapping paper to their own blend of coffee called 'Green Party Blend'. But three items, in particular, are much cheekier than other parties.
'Green Party Thunderpants' is the political party's own underwear line.
You can get Green party underpants in three different cuts, men's boxers and women's hipster or briefs. The Greens' online shop is selling each pair of the 'cheeky collaboration' for $28.50 each
"Every pair is certified carbon-neutral, and printed and sewn locally on unbleached, fair trade organic cotton, featuring the illustrations of West Coast artists Kemi & Niko."
Despite issues surrounding the retro Labour sweatshirt, there are a few other items you can purchase.
They have your standard T-shirt which you can purchase in three different styles, a Labour hoodie and a pin.
But according to the website you can 'Celebrate the last two years of progress with your morning tea or coffee with this Labour Mug.
For only $15 you can enjoy your morning coffee while reading a few of Labour's 'achievements', which are printed around the mug.
Unfortunately, Advance NZ do not sell anything quirky, they have stuck to your standard, cap and T-shirt, which can be brought in two different colours.
However, for an extra $10 on a cap, you can get a cap with Billy TK Jr's signature.
The Māori Party
Just like Advance NZ, The Māori Party have stuck to the traditional jumper, beanie and T-shirt all branded with the party's logo.
Although TOP are selling your standard stickers, mugs, clothing, and bags they are leading the NZ political party merch pack in terms of quantity.
TOP have a whopping 31 different items all of which can be purchased on their website.
From mugs to all your winter essentials, TOP could be your number one stop shop if you desired.
Also, choose from four posters which are all free to download.
For those chilly winter nights, you can keep your head warm with an Act 'Weka Weka Woo Beanie' for just $45.
Each beanie comes embroidered with Act's pre-relaunch logo and supports "conservation efforts for the beautiful Weka bird".
Unfortunately, it does not look like New Zealand First have any merch or at least on their website.