Hi all, could anyone please explain the meaning of phrase "go-to speedy" in this context: "A Go-to Speedy Shoe For Neutral Runners" Does it mean that neutral runners can go in a fast pace when wearing such shoes? Thank you!
First of all, "Neutral Runners" is not a phrase I've ever seen before and of whose meaning I have no idea. "Go-to Speedy" seems to be some sort of advertising jargon which may or may not have any real meaning. Where did you see this?
I agree with what's already been said, but will just post some links to "go-to" -- which means, generally, it's your first choice in something, e.g. WordReference is your go-to forum for English language expertise.
Sorry for not providing source, helpful guys: It is the official Mizuno website: http://www.mizuno.eu/sports/running/products/discover-wave-rider Right at the top, the third asterisk. Seems like a strange place for jargon but never mind. Neutral runners are those with a neutral step. In this case could it be in this sense? "This fast shoes are the right choice for neutral runners."