Soldiers coming back from war follow various career paths, from helping companies optimize their security, to taking classes under the G.I. Bill, although you can't really trust anything taught by a knockoff articulated action figure. Goooo Joe! For a soldier using his post-service time to make some heavy-duty duds: Triple Aught Design
TAD's the brainchild of a retired Army guy using his powers for good by designing and dropping a barrage of clothing and accessories crafted to be super-durable by meeting military specs thanks to super-sturdy fabrics, heavy stitching, and reinforced joints, also what Snoop Dogg needs when he's filming videos in a windizzle tunizzle. On (just) the clothing tip, there's the triple-layered, weatherproof Spectre hardshell jacket, a heavy Australian Merino wool Special Forces Sweater inspired by what WWI soldiers in North Africa wore, and reinforced-butt/-knee herringbone pants with internal and external cargo pockets and a flashlight clip, called the Legionnaire -- the best use of that name
since that Van Damme flick ever. They're also doing 1000d Cordura nylon (same as special forces equipment) backpacks like the FAST Pack Litespeed (which can hold a snowboard and expand using Velcro attachments), the larger EDC pack, with stress points made from the same material as S.E.A.L. Zodiac boats, and a series of knives forged from high-carbon steel, commissioned from primo blade-maker Strider, but not Gho-strider, as their patterns were full
Rounding out the offerings're fleece and wool skullies, grenade necklace pendants, and some watch bands, which you thankfully turned to in an effort to stop playing with Bill, and his sometimes buddy/sometimes enemy Severe Weather Pattern Shadow.