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Shoxs Helmcaster X4

Bucket seat with flip-up bolster and 4.4 inches of suspension travel

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Tame the roughest seas with the all-new Helmcaster seat featuring Shoxs pedestals. Four inches of rebound-controlled, adjustable air suspension is paired with proprietary shock absorbing foam cushions, delivering a smoother ride with no painful impacts. 

Shoxs' Caster seats’ ‘never corrode’ design includes all clear hard coat anodized aluminum, marine grade stainless steel, absolutely no powder-coating.

The latest technology in customization includes fiber reinforced composite seat backs designed for quick and easy vinyl wrapping, painting  or dipping and the quick release cushions allow the cushions to be sent out for custom upholstery while the seat is being installed in the boat. 

Full featured with flip-up bolster, folding armrests, and recline standard, with fore/aft slider, 360 degree swivel and height adjust options.  Compact footprint and versatile installation options for mounting the pedestal above or below deck or within a box makes it a perfect swap for any pedestal or box mounted helm seat or leaning post. 

ABYC compliant.*  


*Compliance with ABYC standards dependent on options selected and seat configuration.


Suspension Travel 4.4 inches / 112 mm
Base Weight 70.6 lbs / 32 kg
Weight with Options 98.5 lb / 45 kg
Material Fiber reinforced composite, 316 SS, anodized aluminum
Width 23.6 in / 599 mm
Height Adjust 4 in / 102 mm
Seat Type Folding bolster
Upholstery White marine-grade vinyl
Height Adjustment Available
Fore/Aft Slider Available
Adjustable Suspension Available
Armrests Standard Available
Storage Compartment Available
360 Swivel Available
Sell Sheets
Installation Guide: Attach Seat to Pedestal (No Options)
Installation Guide: Attach Seat to Pedestal (With Swivel)
Installation Guide: Attach Seat to Pedestal (With Fore/Aft)
Seat Customization: Instructions for Painting, Wrapping, or Reupholstering
SHOXS Product Catalog



Introducing the Caster Series