SHARE THIS FLOOR: Palace Chevron The Chevron pattern originated in 17th century France where it adorned the palaces of Kings and nobility alike. With the resurgence of pattern being used in all types of home interiors and fashion it is no surprise that this classic pattern would make a revival today. Creating this look in your home is a great way to add originality and drama to your surroundings. Palace Chevron will look absolutely stunning in long hallways, great rooms and entryways. Palace Chevron can also be used in unison with Palace Plank, the colors and grain pattern for both coordinate seamlessly. Restoration Collection® with SpillShield® has been named one of the Top 30 Most Innovative Products 2018 by Better Homes & Gardens “Beautiful Kitchens & Baths” magazine. COLOR: Armor SIZES: 7 9/16" x 50 1/2" Add to Favorites PRODUCT DETAILS Product Number: 28400C Colorway Name: Armor Sizes: 7 9/16" x 50 1/2" Flooring Thickness: 1/2" (12mm) ScratchResist™: Yes FloorScore® Certified: Yes Edge Style: Microbevel / Optic Edge Made In: USA Recycled Content: Yes Installation Type: Click System Warranty: 25 Year Improves resistance to everyday household scratches that can make floors look old before their time. A FloorScore certification verifies that flooring and adhesive products have been tested and approved by the Resilient Floor Covering Institute (RFCI) in conjunction with Scientific Certification Systems (SCS) for contributing to good indoor air quality. A square edge means boards fit flush against each other for a smooth, traditional look. A micro bevel or full bevel edge creates an angled effect where boards meet, to create more depth and dimension. Kissed edge is the same benefit of the micro-bevel, but with the look of a square edge. Rectified edge mimics the look of real cut stone. Optic edge creates the most realistic grout and bevels available on a laminate plank Variable edge recreates the rustic, hand-planned edges found in hardwood. Contoured edge has rounded edges for a soft and attractive visual. Tumbled edge features the natural, irregular edge flund in many types of stone.