"if scent lok is so good at trapping odors why do I still smell my farts on stand........................"
Does it have to be all or nothing? If carbon traps even 10% of odor, it can be useful. I doubt anybody believes it is 100% effective(the three guys in MN who sued Scent Lok and conveniently live where Scent Blocker is located excluded of course), but if using it in comination with other forms of scent control can improve my odds even a little, I'll take it(in an affordable package that is). Even that case only concluded that Scent Lok can not claim to "eliminate" scent, because it is not 100% effective. It still showed to have some effect. Actually, I looked into it as a result of a poster on another D&DH forum that kept refering to the lawsuit. It was interesting to find the suing hunters and judge were in the same place as a competing company, and the judge decided that "eliminate" has to mean 100%, as if you can't eliminate 50% of odor. The hunters received there money back for the clothes, and scent lok only had to remove the word eliminate from their adds. In the end, I use a combination of scent strategies, but the biggest is only sitting stands with the right wind. The reason for the carbon, sprays, shower and body products, and rubber boots, to me, is it may get that extra few seconds when a mature deer is close to get the right shot before he bails.
Respect - don't take it, unless you are willing to give it.
Responsibility - don't give it, unless you are willing to take it.