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Bauer Nexus Geo Grip Composite Hockey Stick - Intermediate

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Bauer Nexus Geo Grip Composite Hockey Stick - Intermediate

Bauer Nexus Geo Grip Composite Hockey Stick - Intermediate is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 72.
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The Nexus Geo is taking Nexus performance to the next level.  Coming in at 390 grams, the Geo matches the weight of the Vapor FlyLite and Supreme Ultrasonic. This stick gives the player ultimate versatility and the ability to do anything from anywhere on the ice. 

  • ER Spine is designed to make shooting effortless.
  • Optimized flex profile to allow you to lean a lot easier into your shots.
  • Carbon Layering construction reduces weight to 390 grams.
  • The 5-sided shape provides a unique feel which contours to the player’s hands to maximize feel and control. 
  • Asymmetrical TeXtreme maximizes energy flow with every play.
  • Monocomp Technology improves balance and puck control.
  • New Omni-Core blade technology adds stability to reduce blade fatigue and create a faster release.

There are a variety of factors to consider when purchasing a new stick. When thinking about your on-ice performance, it is important to place a focus on kick point. Finding the right kick point will help take your shot to the next level and have a positive impact on your game. If you’re unsure which kick point is best for you, visit your local Pure Hockey for an accurate assessment.

The Bauer Nexus Geo stick has a ton of new technology and features compare to the previous line of Nexus sticks. The Geo comes in at 390g, 20g less than the Nexus 2N Pro, which weighed 410g. The advanced carbon layering used throughout the stick reduces weight and increases performance without sacrificing durability. 

 Kicking off the new technology is the ER Spine technology. This is a revolutionary 5-sided shape that creates a spine along the back of the shaft to remove excess carbon fiber layers in the key loading zone. This makes it easier to load energy into the stick creating a faster, more controlled release in all situations. 

Throughout the stick you’ll find advanced carbon layering and Asymmetrical TeXtreme shaft technology. The ultra-lightweight carbon fiber layers help reduce weight and optimize the flex profile making it easier to load for an effortless release. Additionally, the Monocomp one-piece technology provides consistency and excellent durability because the process helps reduce defects in the shaft wall construction. 

The Omni-Core blade technology is a carbon fiber bridge fused into a lightweight, stuff foam with added response layer technology. The carbon fiber bridge adds stability to make the blade feel new for longer and creates a faster release. The response layer makes it easier to feel the puck for added control with your shot and passes. 

Bauer combines some of their most trusted features with new, high-end technologies to offer an elite-level stick built for the pros. The Bauer Nexus Geo is a great option for any player who wants to experience a lightweight model designed to give you an effortless release.


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Kick Point Position:MidInflection point where maximum stored energy is released.
Warranty:30 DaysPeriod of time the product is covered under a manufacturer's warranty.
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Rated 2 out of 5 by from Feels nice not durable I got this stick at the start of 2021 and it feels good, very light and the five sides feel great in hand. I play wing for two teams a high level travel and high school hockey and the toe started to chip very bad within a month. Then i blocked a shot with the stick and it snapped at the bottom of the shaft towards the blade. I would say buy the last years stick such as 2ns or flylites but switching back to my flylite didn’t feel as well in my hands. I recommend getting the 3n if you want to use the 5 sided stick which feels very nice as it is cheaper and not even .1 pound heavier than the geo. If you don’t want to use the 5 sides then stick to 2ns and fly lites as they are more durable for cheaper
Date published: 2021-02-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than the rest! Took 4 FlyLite sticks to break for us to finally move on to the GEO. Love the handle shape as it gives you great feel and you feel more connected to the stick. Still has same pop it had day one even after 4 weeks of training 3 days a week. Creates heavier shot than FlyLite with great feel and control. Big Bauer fan and while FlyLite was starting to disappoint this has brought us back. Definitely recommend!
Date published: 2021-01-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bauer Geo This is a great stick! It’s super durable with a good kick point makes for a quick release.
Date published: 2021-01-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bauer Nexus Geo This is probably the best stick I’ve used the 5-sided shaft fits really well in my palms the shots come off really quick and the durability is amazing I got it slashed about a few times no scratch marks at all!!!
Date published: 2021-02-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great stick My son loves this stick. Light weight, great feel with the new shaft. “Beat stick ever” according to him.
Date published: 2021-01-22
Rated 2 out of 5 by from defective Geo? new ones do seem better.... My 14 year old daughter got the Geo when she grew out of her supreme. Very light stick! She plays A LOT of hockey. 2 Supremes lasted her 2 plus season. Just outgrew them so needed new ones. After about three months the toe of the Geo began to splinter. Yes she does tape the toe of her stick. Toe to heal for extra and then around the toe. It did not matter! Once the stick began to splinter, that was it! kept getting worse! Went to PH to purchase a new one, showed the clerk what had happened and all they said was "hmmm probably too many toe drags?!?!" i explained the stick was very well taken care of and should not be breaking down as it did. They said do you want to buy a replacement? Obviously i had no choice. i do have to say the other two Geos are holding up just fine after about 5-6 months. I really think the other one was defective? i guess i will never know. 3 sticks @ $270each in 9 months is a lot to spend! hope these Geos last as long as the Supremes!?
Date published: 2021-10-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not worth it, durability is atrocious The stick feels amazing with the ER Spine but the durability is terrible. I was in my locker room before a game and I flex my stick normally with barely any pressure whatsoever and it snapped clean it half. It was a 55 flex and I’m only 15 and weigh only 105. So it’s the not the flex.
Date published: 2021-03-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Save your money, buy last year's models Sticks this year are extremely poor quality. Buy old stock sticks whenever possible. My son is on his 5th Bauer of the year. He broke 2 of these in 2 weeks.
Date published: 2021-02-11
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will they add a p14 curve?

Asked by: Bon28
The P14 isn't a curve that we have in stock right now but you can order one custom from the MyBauer customizer. Thanks!
Answered by: Tyler R
Date published: 2021-03-16

can you put a buttendz grip or a lizard skin grip on the handles because the stick is 5 sided

Asked by: Bon28
You're able to use those types of grips with these sticks too. Thanks!
Answered by: Tyler R
Date published: 2021-02-18

How come they don’t have the P92m curve for junior and intermediate 

Asked by: Jj08
That may be something you have available in the future. We have seen some available and if we get any in we will update the website to make them options you can choose. The extra blade height is very helpful! Thanks
Answered by: Tyler R
Date published: 2020-12-09

Is the stick measurement just the shaft, or is it from the handle to the toe of the blade?

Asked by: sean32
the universal stick length measurement is from the heel's point of contact with the playing surface to the top of the hockey stick shaft ...
Answered by: fred11
Date published: 2021-06-24

What size is each flex

Asked by: Arnie9
for the Bauer Nexus GEO Grip Hockey Stick both the 55 and 65 flexes are 57" in length ...
Answered by: fred11
Date published: 2021-10-27
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