A sandwich-structured bottom hard-coat/silver nanowire/top hard-coat (BHC/AgNW/THC) transparent conductive film (TCF) has been prepared by embedding the functional AgNW layer between two HC layers. The BHC/AgNW/THC TCFs show high scratch resistance with a hardness of 3H due to the enhanced adhesion to the substrate. In addition, the BHC/AgNW/THC TCFs exhibit a transmittance of 90.6% and a haze of 1% at 550 nm under a sheet resistance of 72 Ω/sq. Furthermore, highly enhanced long-term stability has been guaranteed by the HC layers due to their excellent gas barrier property. The amazing fact is that hard coating has little effect on the flexibility of AgNW films especially under extreme bending conditions and negligible resistance change could be observed after bending over thousands of times. Consequently, the greatly improved performance of BHC/AgNW/THC TCFs provided by employing hard coating layers paves the way for real-world applications of flexible AgNWs in vast areas that rigid indium tin oxide is not suitable.