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Leather was a material made by tanning animal skins. (TV: The Coach with the Dragon Tattoo)

A leather boot was found along with a single femur and an abandoned recording device containing a low-res vid-pict of a Magneton on Skaro. (PROSE: Dalek: The Astounding Untold History of the Greatest Enemies of the Universe)

The Fourth Doctor wore leather boots. (TV: Robot-Logopolis) His successor, the Fifth Doctor, wore them before switching for plimsolls. (TV: Castrovalva)

While undercover in Nazi Germany, the Seventh Doctor wore a black leather trenchcoat. (PROSE: Timewyrm: Exodus)

After the death of Lucie Miller, the Eighth Doctor added more leather to his ensemble, specifically a navy blue leather peacoat after his Victorian outfit was ruined. (AUDIO: Fugitives) He also wore gingerbread leather gaiters with his Edwardian outfit, (COMIC: The Pictures of Josephine Day, A Matter of Life and Death, The Lost Dimension) right up to his death on Karn during the Last Great Time War. (TV: The Night of the Doctor)

The War Doctor wore a bandolier of dark brown leather with brass plating and double-breasted trenchcoats of leather throughout the Last Great Time War, done in black (COMIC: The Whole Thing's Bananas) or different shades of brown. (COMIC: The Clockwise War, Ambush, The Lost Dimension; AUDIO: The Innocent; TV: The Name of the Doctor, The Night of the Doctor, The Day of the Doctor) He also wore leather gaiters done in gingerbread brown, (COMIC: The Clockwise War), charcoal grey, (COMIC: The Organ Grinder), or army green. (TV: The Day of the Doctor) He wore his bandolier, his army green gaiters, and a chocolate brown leather trenchcoat up to his death after the 1562/2013 Zygon Invasion of Earth and the Fall of Gallifrey. (TV: The Day of the Doctor)

The Ninth Doctor wore a double-breasted peacoat of black leather; (TV: Rose, etc.) right up to his death after the Battle of the Game Station. (TV: The Parting of the Ways) His successor, the Tenth Doctor, wore his leather peacoat in his first hours. (TV: The Parting of the Ways, Born Again, The Christmas Invasion)

The Eleventh Doctor wore leather boots. (TV: The Bells of Saint John) right up to his death after the Siege of Trenzalore. (TV: The Time of the Doctor)

The Fifteenth Doctor frequently wore a double-breasted trenchcoat of burnt orange leather. (PROSE: "Heroes of Time" [+]Part of Whotopia: The Ultimate Guide to the Whoniverse, Loading...{"namedpart":"Heroes of Time","1":"Whotopia: The Ultimate Guide to the Whoniverse (reference book)"}; TV: The Giggle) He also wore a black leather jacket with his royal orange tank top and his tartan kilt. (TV: The Church on Ruby Road)

A child incarnation of the Doctor bound to a high-tech wheelchair wore a double-breast trenchcoat of tan leather. (PROSE: Rose)

The Warrior, a parallel version of the Doctor's fifth incarnation which looks similar to the sixth, wore a double-breasted trenchcoat of chocolate brown leather similar to the War Doctor of N-Space. (AUDIO: Aftershocks)

Some of the Doctor's companions wore leather jackets. They included Sarah Jane Smith, (TV: The Monster of Peladon) Rose Tyler, (TV: The Stolen Earth / Journey's End) Martha Jones, (TV: The Shakespeare Code) Ace, (TV: Dragonfire) Amy Pond, (TV: Victory of the Daleks) Clara Oswald (TV: The Day of the Doctor) Yasmin Khan. (TV: It Takes You Away) and Ruby Sunday. (TV: The Church on Ruby Road)

The Master wore leather gloves during his UNIT (TV: Terror of the Autons-Frontier in Space) and war incarnations. (AUDIO: Killing Time) He also wore a black leather duster coat during his Bruce incarnation, (TV: Doctor Who) and also a double-breasted trenchcoat of black leather as part of his Nazi costume when during his spy incarnation. (TV: Spyfall)

Davros wore a black leather tunic. (TV: Genesis of the Daleks, Destiny of the Daleks, Resurrection of the Daleks, Revelation of the Daleks, The Stolen Earth|Journey's End, The Magician's Apprentice|The Witch's Familiar; COMIC: Emperor of the Daleks; AUDIO: I, Davros, Davros, The Juggernauts, The Dalek Defence, The Triumph of Davros)

Cinder wore an asymmetrical, double-breasted jacket of black leather. (COMIC: The Bidding War, Relative Dimensions)

Jenny Flint wore chocolate brown leather gloves during the Battle of Demons Run. (TV: A Good Man Goes to War)

Richard Maynarde, a 17th century man from Windsor, wore a jerkin of chestnut brown leather on 1638; and also during his trip to the 20th century where he helped to foil the 1988 Cyberman Invasion of Earth. (TV: Silver Nemesis)

Martez, a mad scientist from Red Rocket Rising, wore a black leather peacoat when possessing the body of Asha Gryvern. (AUDIO: Blood of the Daleks)

The Toymaker wore a caramel brown leather apron in Soho during 1925. He also wore a black leather jacket as part of his aviator costume when he caused the bi-generation of the Doctor's fourteenth and fifteenth incarnations. (TV: The Giggle)

The Valeyard wore leather forming copies of the Eighth Doctor's gingerbread gaiters and caramel boots. (AUDIO: The War Valeyard)

The Half-Face Man wore beige leather spats during the 1890s. (TV: Deep Breath)

Candy DuFries always carried a battered leather satchel full of watercolours. (PROSE: Eternity Weeps)

The symbiotic Fliis, as part of their plan to take over humans on Earth in the 20th century, disguised themselves as leather jackets to trick people into wearing and bonding with them. (COMIC: Fashion Victims)

In October 2016, Ram Singh suggested that a male skin-peeling dragon make Coach Dawson's skin into leather, "make a chair or something", in order to preserve his mate. (TV: The Coach with the Dragon Tattoo)

In the 24th century, hidehogs were genetically engineered animals used to produce leather. (PROSE: To the Slaughter)

The skins of ghouties could be made into leather. They looked like a cross between a donkey and a three-toed sloth and were found on Thanaxos. (PROSE: The Mary-Sue Extrusion)

The Slabs were made of leather. (TV: Smith and Jones)