Yes, just to follow on from the advice given by Satya. Stay well clear from any ambiguity that could lead to confusion regarding the authenticity of the product.
I would suggest actually using the fact that it is a replica as a selling point, something along the lines of 'why pay big money on a brand name, when you can get the same look for a fraction of the price'
If you use that type of market focus you are not only marketing your product, but you are not swimming in dangerous waters, and your listing, as well as your customers will be fine.
Most get into trouble where they simply try to pass a replica off as the genuine article, or blur the edges a little and hope they can snag one or two customers that think it is genuine.
Those are the times you will find yourself in a very sticky situation!