Despite being a different brand name, it is a perfect match for the Lifeproof Choice Oak vinyl tile, also from Home Depot.
It comes with the metal rail, which is screwed down with the included screws. I used 3 screws per rail (per doorway).
The vinyl molding is then cut and pressed onto the steel rail.
The molding can be removed and reinstalled... at least a couple times.
The vinyl molding can be cut with any saw. I used a oscillating saw with a fine tooth blade.
The instructions imply that the steel rail can be snapped to length at one of several pre-scored locations.
No, it can't. It bends into a knot. I used tin snips to cut the steel rail.
Several of the pre-punched holes in the rail are not punched thru. So, do a little pre-planning to cut the length and get 3 useable mounting holes.
I love the color it goes well with my décor. I had a private contractor install it and it went in without a hitch no glues no smelly odor. I went down right on top of the cement floor after we pulled the rug up. I looks great. Richard