I just finished reading a review of scent control technology. Basically biologist and environmentalist Michael Corrigan suggests, to put it lightly, that activated carbon clothing such as Scent Lok is a complete waste. His review of X-scent, where the silver is impregnated into the clothe fibers, was overwhelming positive. He says the military just ordered 5 million pairs of socks with that technology because it actually kills the microbes that cause athletes foot and such. Now I don't know if he is somehow paid by the x-scent people but when he explained how the activated carbon doesn't work it made sense. I've read elsewhere too that you need extreme, more than a dryer, heat to get the carbon molecules to dump the scent they pick up. The silver however actually kills bacteria and doesn't need activated. He said he actually wore a pair of the socks for a week and at the end of the week they didn't stink at all. I found the review, and I think there are several different reviews by the same guy, on fastestbows.com. Tell me what you guys think. I do have some of the long underwear with the silver in it. I bought it because it was cheap. And I wore it under my Scent Lok suit that I bought last year. I did see more deer last year than ever before. I had many directly under my stand and only a few all year that blew at me. So was it the underwear or the Scent Lok? If I didn't have Scent Lok already and I read that article I would probably not buy it.