CLEVELAND -- On the court, the Cleveland Cavaliers are in the midst of an impressive season, currently laying claim to a 24-10 record.

When it's come to the team's fashion in 2017, however, LeBron James and Co. have drawn far from rave reviews.

Dating back to the unveiling of their new Nike threads in August, many have lampooned the Cavs' latest on-court look. And that was before the jerseys themselves began tearing in what was just the team's first regular season game wearing them.

The criticism continued with the Cavs' black 'Statement' jerseys, although some seem to have come around on the alternate duds. Nothing, however, has touched the backlash Cleveland's latest look has received -- and the Cavs haven't even worn their 'City Edition' uniforms yet.

Nevertheless, several images of the team's upcoming fourth jersey have already leaked online, with the latest occurrence being a clear look at the Cavs' soon-to-be-released gray uniforms.

And while the Cavs have yet to officially unveil their new jerseys themselves, once they do, it seems unlikely they'll be met with a warm welcome.

After losing the Golden State Warriors 99-92 on Christmas Day, the Cavs will return to action on Wednesday when they face the Sacramento Kings. Per the team's official website, the team is expected to be wearing its black statement jerseys for the contest.