Jordan Brand’s hybrids have certainly been a large part of the roll out for the past few years. Beginning with the Spiz’ike, and carrying through the Air Force 1 fusion models and the 60+, it seems that Jordan Brand is searching for new ways to bring out the old models. This upcoming hybrid, deemed the “Rare Air” combines noticeable elements from the most famed of Jordan models. The sole is basically a Air Jordan VI (6) sole stacked on top of an Air Jordan IV (4) outsole. The elephant print hits on the toe and heel are grafted from the Air Jordan III (3), and the tongue is taken from the Air Jordan V (5). Lacelocks from the Air Jordan IIIs (3) and the toggle from the Air Jordan V (5) also appear on the shoe. It appears that the geometric pattern on the midfoot resembles the Air Jordan VII (7) a bit as well. The heel features the tab from the Air Jordan II (2), to make it seem as if models 2-7 are covered here. No word on a solid release date yet, but these are tentatively slated for a Holiday 2010 release. If you can’t wait until then, you can head over to RMK store to reserve a pair now.