ThreadNeedle – Design

Jacket Style


What We Offer

Men’s & Women Leather Products

As a Manufacturer, Supplier and Retailer of Leather products our goal is to provide you with the best quality products and services at affordable prices. We strive to place at your fingertips a one stop store with full range of leather products, ready to be delivered to your door- steps. All of our jackets are real full grain animal leather. We believe in quality goods that will stand the test of time.


We are specialize in made-to-measure leather clothing. We manufacture anything in leather. Customise your own leather jacket made that is totally unique with your choice of Style, Colour, Fitting & Leather Material. ThreadNeedle Consultant guide you through each steps from creative process to production.


ThreadNeedle believe online shopping should be safe and secure for everyone. We promise secure payment with SSL encryption, buyer and data protection and are a proud member of Trusted Shops. ThreadNeedle products as per our pictures.

What We Do

Leather Jackets, Bags, Wallet, & Belts

We are specialised in the manufacturing of high quality leather jackets, belts, wallets and bags. We sell all around the globe with the help of our specialised team members. We design and manufacture standard and customised requirements to satisfy the needs of our clients. Our products are very stylish, well stitched and trendy to the core. At ThreedNeedle products we also create replica and non-replicas by the help of a mere sketch or snap provided.

"A leather jacket is a true investment piece, but if you want it to last you’ll need to make sure to care for it properly. Thankfully, that’s rather easy to do."

James Davis

"All you really need to keep that leather clean, soft and supple is a cloth, some water and a natural leather conditioner, free from colouring or nasty chemicals."

Stephanie Rawson

"First, remove any dirt or marks using the cloth and a bit of water. Once that’s done, use another cloth to apply a small amount of the conditioner to the fabric, working it in using circular motions. Repeat this across the entire surface of the garment until it’s suitably nourished, then remove any excess with a paper towel."

Tyler Shaw

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