Just Do It! Get a Nike T-Shirt Like Zac's

11/28/2007 at 06:00 AM ET

RAMEY

No doubt about it, Zac Efron loves his t-shirts. Over the past few months we’ve spotted the High School Musical 2 star in just about every style imaginable. While we love it when he wears a classic solid-color look like fitted white, basic blue or black, we’re even more enamored of motifs like graphic waves and his message t-shirt look. When we spotted Zac again in his latest favorite, we just had to hunt it down. You can snap up one of the retro-styled Nike shirts emblazoned with the motto “Just Do It” in faded blue online at urbanoutfitters.com, $32. Tell us: What do you think of Zac’s T-shirts? Do you love the look, or do you prefer him a little more suited-up?

Click here to get your own Just Do It t-shirt, $32.

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Moni on

I love the shirt and jeans but the hair and glasses don’t look good.

Moni on

I like the shirt and glasses but the hair and glasses look bad.

Swan City Babe on

Love it!!!

Rin on

I agree with Moni, the glasses with the hair… YIKES!

Vonnie on

ewww, why would you WANT to find it? lol

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Michelle on

I LOVE THIS LOOK! :)
lol, well the hair could be better, but its fine the way it is ( in the picture) and yea i love this shirt, its awesome. I want one too :)

Adna on

wauw, he looks sexy.

Lars on

Has any1 bought a shirt from the attached link in the description?

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