SEE IT: Potential first look at the Mets' City Connect threads

It looks like we may have our first look at the Mets’ City Connect threads.

In an image reportedly leaked in Japan and posted on X on Saturday morning, it appears New York's on-field cap, which will officially be released later this month, was on display.

The primary color of the displayed cap is black with the Queensboro Bridge appearing on the front, which doesn’t come as a surprise based on the team’s teasers released over the past two weeks.

The Mets, of course, didn’t wear their usual Friday night black jerseys during last night’s series-opening win over the Royals at Citi Field, which is another potential indicator that the City Connect uniform will be black.

On the bottom brim of the leaked cap, it has New York City written in script front and the 7 Train purple, which was also indicated as a potential feature in the team's teaser.

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Later in the morning, another potential leak began surfacing on X, featuring a jersey and a different hat.

The uniform appeared to be grey with pinstripes and featured NYC in big letters across the chest, while the hat was black and featured the regular Mets logo in purple.

It's unknown if either of these leaks is the official jersey, but we'll find out later this week.

The Mets are expected to officially release the uniforms on April 19, and according to Paul Lukas of Uni Watch, they'll wear them for the first time a week later when they take on the St. Louis Cardinals at Citi Field.

In addition to the Mets, the Guardians, Tigers, Dodgers, Twins, Phillies, Cardinals, Rays, and Blue Jays are also getting City Connect uniforms this season.

Some teams that have unveiled City Connect uniforms have stayed true to their regular team colors, while others like the Colorado Rockies and Boston Red Sox have strayed far away from the norm.

If either of these leaks turns out to be the actual thing, it appears the Mets will be going that route as well.