New for the 2020-2021 season, Bauer is bringing their Nexus stick line back with the Bauer Nexus Geo Grip Senior Hockey stick. With a new shaft shape and new tech, Bauer is giving hockey players an incredibly light and versatile stick that gives the ability to do anything from anywhere on the ice.
Starting with the newest feature of the Bauer Nexus Geo, the ER SPINETECH, a 5-sided shaft geometry that allows for less carbon fiber layers in the key loading area of the stick. This will benefit the stick in numerous ways. The 5-sided shape provides a unique feel which helps to contour the players' hands for maximized feel and control. It also creates a faster energy transfer to the blade. Combine that with the optimized mid-kick flex profile that allows you to lean into your shots easier, and you have a stick that allows for powerful and quick shots alike.
The shaft of the Bauer Nexus Geo is made of Bauer’s ever-popular TeXtreme carbon fiber material. Not only is this patented material 20% lighter, but it is even more durable! This is partnered with the Duraflex resin system, which is a substance on the interior of the shaft that provides added strength and durability. Complete with a full Advanced Carbon Layering construction and Bauer now has a Nexus stick that comes in at 390 grams, matching the weight of the Vapor FlyLite.
The Bauer Nexus Geo has also been designed with Monocomp Technology, which is a one-piece molding process that provides ultimate balance and control when shooting, passing, and stickhandling. Add a little green with the signature black and blue color the nexus is known for, and you have a slick and clean looking one-piece stick.
Down in the blade of the Bauer Nexus Geo, Bauer has gone with a new OmniCore blade technology that adds stability in the blade to reduce blade fatigue. This will keep it durable for longer without sacrificing the faster release.
If you are an Elite level player looking for a versatile stick that is light but does not sacrifice durability or power, Look no further than the Bauer Nexus Geo Grip Senior Hockey Stick.
Plus 4" on the flex means the stick is 4" longer than a standard Bauer Sr Stick.