The sticker is easily removed and just displays the order information...
The Sheath: The Bolo came with a sheath (remember, you'll have to see if one is included) made of black nylon. It's 19-1/2" long and with the machete inserted, the length is 1/2" longer.
The sheath is of typical low-cost nylon; it's got a loose-woven weave and feels a bit flimsy. There are three rivets; one on the very bottom, one on the handle's insertion point, and one about 5" behind the very bottom. The machete is secured with two Velcro-type fasteners; one in the middle and one on the opening. These are weak and only fasten half of their length.
I had problems with mine fraying up after only three or four openings, and I really would prefer a snap for such a high-use part of the sheath.
The sheath also has two accessory pockets, held closed with the same Velcro-type fasteners. These pockets measure 3-3/4 long by 2" wide (the top pocket) and 3-1/4" long by 2" wide (the bottom pocket)...
I haven't put anything in mine yet, but I plan on putting a mini Altoids tin in one and some bagged cotton balls in the other.
The third pocket (the lowest one on the sheath) measures 4-1/4" long and 2-1/4" wide. It also has a Velcro closure and contains a coarse sharpening stone.
Unfortunately, this larger pocket will not hold an Altoids tin.
The stone is okay for field touch-ups, but you'll definitely have to oil it first.
The back of the sheath. Nothing special...
The belt loop is typical black nylon, and measures 2" wide.
It will fit a belt up to 2-1/2" wide.