Bauer Nexus GEO Grip Intermediate Hockey Stick

Bauer Nexus GEO Grip Intermediate Hockey Stick



  • Description

    Get 5 times more from your Bauer Nexus Geo Stick than any other Nexus stick before! This means more feel, more energy, more control, more lightweight and more easier to load!

    At an incredible 390 grams (in 87 flex), it is no wonder this is the closest retail stick to an ADV that Bauer has ever released. The ADV inspiration is everywhere, including the revolutionary ER Spine Technology that drastically reduces weight, makes it easier to load, and offers an even more comfortable feel in the hands!

    The ACL Technology and the asymmetrical TeXtreme Carbon Fiber are also exclusively used on these ultra-high-performance sticks. ACL is an advanced carbon layering process that requires fewer layers of TeXtreme Carbon Fiber to achieve the same strength and stiffness but at a fraction of the weight.

    The all-new OmniCore Blade is another massive change for the Nexus Geo. Bauer was able to maintain the same puck feel that is the most popular in the NHL while increasing shot release speed and accuracy. The carbon fiber bridge keeps the blade from twisting during hard shots and passes, but it does recoil more effectively than before!

    Level of Play Elite
    Flex Profile Mid Kick
    Weight 390 grams (85 flex)
    Heritage Nexus ADV
    Model Number 1056997
    Available Flexes 30, 40, 50, 55, 65, 70, 77, 87



    ER Spine Technology
    Revolutionary 5-sided shaft shape that creates a spine along the backside. This reduces carbon fiber layers while making it easier to load and with more control!
    ACL Technology and Asymmetrical TeXtreme Carbon
    Provides very similar performance and playability as a true one-piece stick but at a fraction of the cost!
    OmniCore Blade Technology
    Experience even better stability, a quicker release and the 'new blade feel' that lasts even longer! Bauer used a new carbon fiber bridge fused with stiff foam, as well as an added response layer facing for their most advanced blade yet.


    Construction MonoComp 1-Piece
    ACL Technology
    ER Spine Technology
    Materials Asymmetrical TeXtreme Carbon
    DuraFlex Resin System
    Grip Finish Tacky Grip
    Shaft Dimensions Round Corners, Straight Sidewalls
    Stick Lengths 60" (87, 77, 70 flex)
    57" (65, 55 flex)
    54" (50 flex)
    52" (40 flex)
    50" (30 flex)


    Kick Point Mid Kick
    Shot Profile Versatile, all-around playmaker
    Shaft Taper ER Spine Technology


    Construction OmniCore (55 flex and above)
    Materials TeXtreme 18K Carbon Fiber
    Carbon Fiber Bridge
    Response Layer Technology
    Face Texture Standard
    Available Curves P28, P88, P92, P92M (see all curves here)


    Composite Stick 30 Days
    Contact Bauer Direct


    Sizing Chart

    We recommend choosing the flex rating that puts your specific height and weight at the middlemost point in both categories. A common rule of thumb is to select a flex rating by dividing your body weight in two and subtracting another 10-15 flex points. See the articles below for more detailed information on sizing and selecting hockey sticks.


    Size Flex Stick Length Player Height Player Weight
    JR 30 50" 4'8" - 5'4" 40 - 80 lbs
    JR 40 52" 4'8" - 5'4" 60 - 100 lbs
    JR 50 54" 4'8" - 5'4" 80 - 120 lbs
    INT 55 57" 5'2" - 5'10" 90 - 130 lbs
    INT 65 57" 5'2" - 5'10" 105 - 145 lbs
    SR 70 60" 5'5" - 6'2" 110 - 150 lbs
    SR 77 60" 5'5" - 6'2" 130 - 170 lbs
    SR 87 60" 5'5" - 6'2" 150 - 190+ lbs
    (Note: Stick length is measured from the heel's point of contact with the playing surface to the top of the shaft.)