Foot Locker, Inc. (NYSE:FL) appears to have steadied its pace to a jog.

Two weeks after the footwear retailer posted second-quarter results in line with expectations, analysts at Valuentum Securities Inc. said the company’s growth is quickly slowing.

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A man shops for shoes at a Foot Locker store in New York. Photo: REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

“We think one of the issues driving the comp deceleration is that Nike (NYSE:NKE) isn’t raising prices at the same magnitude it was only a few years ago,” they wrote in a note.

Earlier this week, Foot Locker rolled out a new e-retail site to sell women’s apparel, footwear and accessories.

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SIX:02.com, based on similar brick-and-mortar stores that launched in 2012, could help boost sales, which were down in the same-store category last month.

“SIX:02 has been well-received in the local communities where we have opened stores,” Natalie Ellis, vice president of general manager of SIX:02.com, so that women across the country can experience the brand and find premium fitness and athletic gear that fits her personality, versatility and individual style.”