Tween clothing brand Justice, which shuttered its brick-and-mortar stores last year, is making a comeback.

Physical stores won’t be re-opening, but shoppers will be able to buy Justice items at Walmart. The world’s largest retailer announced it will sell more than 140 Justice products in 2,400 stores nationwide and online.

The Justice brand already is being sold on Walmart’s website. It will be available in stores beginning Thursday, according to USA Today.

“Justice is a popular brand our customers know and love, and with the back-to-school shopping season underway, this new collection comes at the perfect time for our customers looking to elevate their style,” Denise Incandela, Walmart’s Executive VP of Apparel and Private Brands said in a statement.

New Justice styles will be added seasonally. Shoes and pet accessories will hit Walmart’s shelves in September, according to USA Today. Walmart plans to expand the Justice brand to an additional 1,400 stores by spring 2022.