Get Zac Efron's Gym T-Shirt

08/30/2007 at 01:00 PM ET

Matt Symons-Andy Johnstone/Pacific Coast News

Taking a break from promoting the mega-hit High School Musical 2, Zac Efron hit the gym for a quick workout. But not missing an opportunity to make a very literal style statement, Zac pounded the pavement in a t-shirt proclaiming “Reverse Psychology Doesn’t Work.” Could it be words of wisdom, teenage angst or just a comfy tee to work out in? Whatever the reason, you can purchase Zac’s Vintage Vantage brand t-shirt at balcony.co.uk for 16GBP or approximately $32.

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vintage heather on

or…you could buy it right from the people who make it – vintage vantage (www.vintagevantage.com) where it’s on sale for a mere $10!

Jenna on

I love Zac Efron. Thats not the greatest picture of him though. And those sunglasses aren’t very flattering!

HLS on

I don’t think he’s doing any real working out in THOSE shoes…or else he’s going to have very whacked out knees by the time he’s 20. I’m tired of his hair.

Cindy on

In that picure he seems to have skinny chicken legs!

Michelle on

I`m sick of his hair it look good in Hairspraiy.

Annastasia on

I think he looks sexy. and I like the hair.

Annie on

I LOVE ZAC!!! Hes AMAZING!!!

TMH on

babe.

Lizzie on

T shirt or not,he is ADORABLE!Man!

Chloe on

hes so hot!! nice shirt but i dont lyk the shoes

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