For some people, ThreadBeast is a way to skip the mall and get the same styles without lines or outrageous prices, but for some the nearest mall is simply thousands of miles away. That’s the case for the 1 million plus men actively stationed in the U.S. military, and ThreadBeast has introduced a one-stop shop for civilian clothes.

ThreadBeast is one of very few clothing subscriptions that ships anywhere in the U.S. as well as military bases. For this reason, the monthly box has hooked up thousands of soldiers to date.

“I’m stationed out in South Korea and shopping out here is literally impossible,” said ThreadBeast member Robert J. in a reddit post. “I wish I could just press a button for another box instead of waiting another month.”

In addition to the convenient shipping, ThreadBeast also provides the latest mens streetwear clothing at better prices. This means even if you are hundreds of miles away from your local mall, you can still get your favorites like Nike, Herschel, Levis and more at better prices.

“I have already told so many people in the military about ThreadBeast because it’s hard to get designer clothes while being overseas,” said Dakota B., who is currently stationed in the Pacific. 

Back in July, Power 106, a Los Angeles based radio station, hosted a $50k charity basketball game between teams led by Floyd Mayweather and Rob Gronkowski. 

Special guests included Ty Dolla $ign, Nick Cannon and Los Angeles Laker Kyle Kuzma.  In addition to the star-studded lineup, veterans and active military members were gifted complimentary tickets to attend, and a few even received free ThreadBeast boxes.

ThreadBeast continues to look for new ways to hook up its military members beyond their special discounts at signup. 

“There’s definitely lots of monthly subscription boxes for men, but I don’t know if any of the others care as much about our military as we do here at ThreadBeast,” said Erica Trenton, a stylist at ThreadBeast. “… and I always put a little something extra in the package when I see that FPO or APO address!”