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Emo Boots: The History

Can you hear the silence?

Can you see the dark?

Can you fix the broken?

Can you feel, can you feel the comfort in Emo boots! Well, I assure you, you can!


Originally, the emo subculture began in the 1980s. But it was most prevalent in the early 2000s. The emo subculture is emotional hardcore, or emocore, a style of punk rock. People stereotype emos with being angry at society, other people or themselves. Emo music is known for being loud, very expressional, and most of all emotional. No one can explain to you what emotional music is unless you listen to one. It would be seen as poetry, but it’s way too straightforward. Emos may feel like they don’t fit in with society or the social construct. 


There is a common misconnection in today’s society that anyone who wears alternative clothing is emo. This is far from the truth! Just like the goth subculture, It is a music genre with a stereotypical fashion type. So you can wear the emo-iest clothing and still not be emo, you have to fit in with the characteristics of emo and listen to the music! Stereotypically, emos are known for wearing tight clothing (usually black, but many scene kids are emos but rainbow), with many layers with it such as ripped tights, fishnet stockings etc. And of course, the signature hair, the jagged, eye covering, banged hair. Makeupand piercings are usually prevalent within the culture too. 

Choose From Chunky, Black and Other Popular Emo Boots Styles

Love our emo boots? Then you’ll love our emo clothing collection too! Maybe you don’t know what genre you want to fit in, and that’s totally fine, you have your whole life to experiment and find what you really love. Beserk is here to help! Check out our full clothing range, full of many different subcultures like punk, goth, cosplay, cyberpunk and the list goes on! If you need a fresh new pair of shoesand or boots, check out that collection today!

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