Welcome to Taylor's Leatherwear, the only company in the world that specializes in leather jackets for police officers.  Cops do it in leather.

Strength, authority, respect--that's the power you command when you wear Taylor's Leatherwear - The best-selling leather police jacket in America.

Think leather is a luxury that you can't afford or justify to your tax payers?  Think again.  A Taylor's Leatherwear leather police jacket lasts on average 30 years and costs no more than $400.  That's one jacket per officer, per CAREER.  How many nylon or cotton jackets would you wear through in 30 years?  More than one, that's for sure.


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For the first time in decades, buy many of our styles directly through our online store.  
Discounted, discontinued, and oddball jackets also available.


Send us a note anytime or call our office with any questions or concerns.  Purchasing for your department?  Reach out directly for custom style and bulk price information.


Visit our service center to learn about how to care for your leather jacket, available repair and cleaning services, sizing, and order policies.


All of our authorized retail distributors specialize in law enforcement uniform sales.  We encourage you to contact one in your area or visit their ecommerce sites. Many of our retailers offer on-site sizing, discounted pricing, and promotional offers.


Backed by our 50 year reputation for excellence, Taylor's Leatherwear warrants to the original owner that the garment will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for five years.  If defective you may return it to us for replacement or repair.

Taylor's will also, however, stand behind our products for the life of your leather jacket.  If it becomes defective, ever, and we feel it should not have, send it back to us and we will repair it at no charge.  All repairs are made in our factory in Tullahoma, Tennessee. 


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