Polartec, the brand of technical fabrics, has announced the winners of the 2019 edition of its annual Apex Design Awards, which are selected every year for products that incorporate the Massachusetts-based company's fabrics. The winners are: the 66ºNorth x Ganni Kria NeoShell Jacket, with Polartec's NeoShell breathable waterproof fabric; the 8Js' Jackie Driver Blazer, with Polartec's Power Shield Pro soft shell, which features Polartec's Alpha insulation; Bally's Super Smash Techno Jacket, with NeoShell, Alpha and a Polartec micro-fleece lining; Burton's Mine77 Cold Weather Hooded Top and Pants, with Polartec's new Power Air fabric, which encapsulates air to regulate body heat and minimizes fiber shedding; Crazy Idea's T-Shirt Delta Woman, with Polartec's Delta cooling fabric; Diadora's N9000 H Leo Colacicco running shoe, with Polartec's Thermal Pro shearling-fleece upper; Dudley Stephens' Ashford Poncho, with Thermal Pro; Fusalp's Monza Combinasion, a ski suit with Alpha insulation; Giro's Emerge, Jackson, Range, Union, Vue and Zone MIPS helmets, lined with Polartec's Power Grid moisture- and temperature-regulating fabric; Globe's Polartec Crew, a sweater with Thermal Pro fleece; LC23's Coat Thermal Pro, a trench coat with Thermal Pro fleece; No Bull's Soft Shell Jacket, with Power Shield Pro fabric; and Santini's Adapt Bib Tight, Vega Multi Jacket, Alpha Baselayer and Alpha Under Gloves, cycling apparel made variously with Polartec's Power Wool, Alpha Direct insulation, and Power Shield Pro.