Cali launches Legends luxury vinyl plank

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San Diego, Calif.—Just in time for fall project planning, Cali’s said its newest flooring collection gives homeowners and installers a plank that feels as authentic as it looks. Cali Vinyl Legends debuts with eight colors in an array of taupes, tans and ash.

To hold a Legends plank is to understand its value. Boards measure 60 inches long by 9 inches wide and ½-inch-thick. The broader, longer dimensions make for more open-feeling, expansive rooms, but it’s the sturdy WPC core and full half-inch thickness that truly sets Legends apart. A thicker floor not only better mimics hardwood, it also negates the need to change or cut existing baseboards and door jambs when replacing carpet, tile or traditional wood.

Each plank is lined with an acoustic pad for boosted sound and thermal insulation. This attached underlayment allows for quieter, more comfortable rooms. Like all Cali Vinyl collections, Legends is click-lock, for easy installation in any room without the need for glue or nails, and 100% waterproof. A 20-mil, pet-friendly wear layer makes for easy cleaning and better protection against scratches. Planks are also FloorScore certified and backed by a 50-year residential warranty.

“Legends delivers everything there is to love about real hardwood, captured in high-performance luxury vinyl,” said Doug Jackson, Cali president. “We played off our successful Longboards collection, taking those longer, wider boards and making them thicker and lighter. That, plus extra detailed textures and rich wood tones, make rooms feel more open and organic. And at a competitive price, it really makes this reimagined vinyl the best value per square foot.”

The full Cali Vinyl Legends collection can be seen at

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