||Two series of well-defined brush polymers bearing a triazole moiety were prepared from click-chemistry reactions of a poly(glycidyl azide) and a poly(4-azidomethylstyrene) with alkyne derivatives. The thin-film morphologies and properties, especially electrical memory performances, of these triazole-containing brush polymers were investigated in detail. The brush polymers with a triazole ring substituted with an alkyl or alkylenylphenyl group in the bristle exhibited only dielectric characteristics. By contrast, the other brush polymers bearing a triazole ring substituted with a longer π-conjugation length in the bristle demonstrated excellent unipolar permanent memory behaviors with low power consumption, high ON/OFF current ratios and high stability and reliability under ambient air conditions. Furthermore, their memory type could be tuned to p- or n-type by the incorporation of an electron-donating or -accepting group into the phenyl unit linked to the triazole moiety.