There's plenty of reasons why people end up sharing sections, good friends, complimentary styles, not enough having enough footage for a solo section and so on and so forth. Putting reasons aside for a moment, we've compiled some of our favourite shared sections from over the years. Enjoy.
The Wray Brothers - The Spitfire Video
The Wray Bros, Jeremy and Jonas, from the 1993 Spitfire Video. Owing to a misplaced camera all of Jeremy and Jonas' original footage for this video was lost, leading them to re-film their section in one day.
Flo Marfaing and Alex Carolino - 411VM 13.3
Jerry Hsu and Louie Barletta - Subject to Change
If this doesn't get you hyped to go and skate you should probably give up now. "Tiltmode Army, bitch!"
The Royal Family - Fully Flared
Jason Dill and Anthony Van Engelen - Feedback
If you asked people to name their favourite skateboarding double act AVE and Dill would probably crop up in most people's lists. Here they are in Transworld's Feedback from 1999.
Keenan Milton and Gino Ianucci - Mouse
Two legends in a seminal video, couldn't really leave this one out.
Josef Scott Jatta and Jonas Skrøder - The Sour Solution
Bringing us right up to date, a shared section from the best full-length video in a while, The Sour Solution. The frontside and backside flip enders at the same spot seal the deal.
Heath Kirchart and Jeremy Klein - The End
Crashing a van into things, arson, David Bowie... Heath Kirchart and Jeremy Klein's section from The End really has it all.
Rick Howard and Mike Carroll - Penal Code
Two of skateboarding's best styles together in FTC's 1996 classic, 'Penal Code'.
Frank Gerwer and Peter Hewitt - Destination Unknown
"We sat in the back seat together, and it's been twelve years". Gerwer and Hewitt from Anti Hero's instant classic, 'Destination Unknown'.