FOOT LOCKER, INC. SAFE HARBOR POLICY

Introduction

Foot Locker, Inc., a corporation organized under the laws of the state of New York, United States of America, and its U.S. subsidiaries (the "Company"), is committed to protecting the personal information of its associates, customers, suppliers and business partners. The protection of personal data and its confidential treatment is of central concern to the Company, and we conduct our business in compliance with applicable laws on data privacy protection and data security.

Information regarding Foot Locker associates

Foot Locker is committed to maintaining an environment that is free of discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, national origin, disability or other factors that are unrelated to the Company's legitimate business interests. It is our policy to apply fair and lawful human resource policies and practices in all aspects of employment, including recruiting, hiring, evaluation, training, discipline, career development, compensation, promotion and termination.

Effective July 9, 2002, the Company began to centralize the human resources and compensation information for associates of the Company and its subsidiaries and affiliates worldwide on the PeopleSoft Human Resources Management System. More recently, individuals who are interested in seeking employment with the Company’s European subsidiaries and affiliates (“Foot Locker Europe”) may visit the career site on Foot Locker Europe’s website and apply for a position with Foot Locker Europe directly through this site. In 2011, the Company automated the performance appraisal and executive development review process for its associates globally. As a result of these initiatives, the Company can receive personal data on associates and applicants from its Foot Locker subsidiaries in Europe.

Information regarding customers and sneaker enthusiasts

Foot Locker Europe’s website www.footlocker.eu is currently operational in various European countries (Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxemburg, Netherlands, Spain, and the United Kingdom), with websites in other European countries expected to follow, and information regarding customers who place orders through this website and/or who can subscribe to newsletters and promotional initiatives may be received by the Company. Foot Locker Europe also operates a paneuropean marketing website where visitors can subscribe to newsletters and participate in various marketing initiatives. The Company may have access to personal data thus captured.

Foot Locker’s U.S.-based websites receive information regarding customers who place orders through our U.S.-based websites and/or who subscribe to newsletters and promotional initiatives. Effective December 2010, Foot Locker launched a social network site regarding sneakers, where subscribers can also register to obtain newsletters and promotional initiatives, which data may be received by the Company.

The European Commission's Directive on Data Protection [http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=CELEX:31995L0046:EN:HTML] covers the transfer of European personal data to non-European Union nations providing adequate protection of the information. The United States Department of Commerce has developed a "safe harbor" framework to provide a method for United States organizations to comply with the European Commission's Directive. The Company complies with the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor Framework and the U.S.-Swiss Safe Harbor Framework as set forth by the U.S. Department of Commerce regarding the collection, use, and retention of personal information from European Union member countries and Switzerland. The Company has certified that it adheres to the Safe Harbor Privacy Principles of notice, choice, onward transfer, security, data integrity, access, and enforcement. To learn more about the Safe Harbor program, and to view the Company’s certification, please visit http://www.export.gov/safeharbor/.

This Policy sets out the Company's policies with respect to the collection and use of personal information sent to the Company in the United States regarding associates, customers and business partners of Foot Locker in Europe as well as applicants, visitors, and customers of its websites who are based in Europe.

Treatment and Use of Information

The Company's policy is to treat all individually identifiable personal data of associates employed by the Company or its subsidiaries or affiliates -- and applicants seeking employment through Foot Locker Europe’s website -- with great care in order to safeguard the privacy of such individuals. Personal data concerning associates that is transmitted from Foot Locker subsidiaries in Europe to the United States to the Company's Corporate Human Resources Department, as well as to its Finance and Information Technology Departments, shall be used solely in connection with an associate's employment in accordance with the Company's human resource policies and practices and in connection with the administration of the Company's compensation, benefits, and human resources programs. Personal data concerning applicants obtained through Foot Locker Europe’s website is initially transmitted to the Company’s computer server in the United States and then directed to the appropriate responsible HR and Operations person or recruiter, who may be based in Europe or the United States, depending upon the location of the position for which the applicant is applying.

Customer and site visitor information obtained from customers who order through Foot Locker Europe’s websites, Foot Locker’s U.S. based websites, or by participating in marketing initiatives and subscribing to newsletters on the various Foot Locker operated websites, is used to (i) process orders, (ii) communicate with customers regarding their orders, and (iii) communicate with customers and subscribers regarding relevant promotions, competitions, marketing initiatives, merchandise releases, and offers or other relevant information. The information may also be used for statistical and market research purposes. Only certain associates in the following departments within the Company will have access to customer and visitor information: Accounting and Financial Reporting, Information Technology, Marketing, and Footlocker.com/Eastbay and its customer service call centers.

Safe Harbor Principles

1. Notice. From time to time, the Company may provide information about associates to third parties for purposes related solely to the associates' employment or the administration of the Company's payroll, compensation, benefits, and human resources programs. The Company may also provide information about customers and site visitors to third parties for purposes solely related to processing orders and payments, notifying customers and subscribers of upcoming promotions, marketing initiatives, merchandise releases and other relevant information, and for IT and other website support services. Examples of the types of third parties to which the Company may disclose personal information are: (A) with regard to associates: compensation and benefits consultants, external payroll processing companies, internal and external auditors of the Company, tax professionals retained by the Company, and external performance and appraisal management companies, (B) with regard to customers: shipping carriers, customer service call centers, payment clearance companies, and (C) with regard to customers and subscribers: the companies retained by the Company to provide website development support. Prior to disclosure of personal information about associates, customers or subscribers to any third party, the Company will confirm that the third party is subject to EU regulation or subscribes to the safe harbor principles or, alternatively, that the third party will provide at least the same level of privacy protection as required by the EU Data Protection Directive. The Company may also disclose associates', customers’ or subscribers’ personal information when required by law or legal process.

2. Choice. The Company does not intend to use or share personal information with third parties for purposes that would be incompatible with the purposes for which the information was originally collected or consented to by the associate, customer or subscriber ("Incompatible Data Uses"). To the limited extent that any “sensitive information” (such as data containing personal information about racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, trade-union membership, medical records, or criminal records) needs to be collected, the Company shall ensure that the individual is informed of such collection and processing. Where required by law, the person’s explicit consent to the processing and particularly to the transfer of such data to non-European entities will be obtained.

3. Onward Transfer. Prior to disclosure of personal information about associates, customers or site visitors to any third party, the Company will confirm that the third party is subject to EU regulation or subscribes to the safe harbor principles or, alternatively, that the third party will provide at least the same level of privacy protection required by the EU Data Protection Directive (such as the Binding Corporate Rules or the EU Standard Contractual Clauses).

4. Access. We limit access to personal information to those associates who need to know that information in order to perform their duties for the Company. Authorized associates are designated by a Corporate Senior Vice President, the Chief Financial Officer, the General Counsel or a Vice President at Foot Locker Europe or Footlocker.com. Associates who have access to personal information are required to sign-off on and to abide by the Company’s policies on the treatment of confidential information set out in the Company’s Code of Business Conduct and Confidential Information Policy and to receive training on European data protection requirements.

5. Security of Information. Personal information security is one of the Company's highest priorities. Personal information, including payroll information and taxpayer identifying information, is considered Highly Confidential under the Company's Confidential Information Policy and is subject to the strictest procedures for access, distribution and destruction. In addition to the Confidential Information Policy, we emphasize this priority in the Company's Code of Business Conduct that is distributed at least annually to associates. Associates who violate our policies may be subject to disciplinary action. The Company regularly assesses its information security standards and procedures to protect against any unauthorized access to, or any unauthorized alteration or destruction of, the information on the PeopleSoft Human Resources Management System.

The Company also has security measures in place to protect customers and site visitors against the loss, misuse or alteration of the information they provide to Foot Locker when placing orders on its website or subscribing to newsletters and participating in marketing initiatives. Foot Locker encrypts certain personal information, including credit card numbers, when transmitting information over the Internet. Both Foot Locker Europe and Foot Locker U.S. maintain and follow a website privacy policy with regard to information provided by customers and visitors on its website.

6. Data Integrity. The Company believes that the personal information that it collects and maintains about associates is relevant because the information directly relates to associates' employment, as well as to the Company's compensation, benefits, and human resources programs. The information collected from applicants seeking employment is relevant because it is necessary in determining the applicant’s qualifications for employment with the Company. The information collected from customers is relevant because it is fundamental to processing orders placed by the customer. The information collected from subscribers is necessary to send to them newsletters and information regarding marketing initiatives.

The Company believes that the data contained and retrieved from its computer systems is reliable for its intended use by the Company.

7. Enforcement. The Company agrees to cooperate with the Data Protection Authorities located in the European Union member states in resolving any individual complaints or disputes with regard to this policy and the European Commission's Directive on Data Protection.

Questions or Complaints

For questions or complaints regarding this policy, please contact Analia Maclaughlin, VP-Human Resources or Rokus Hoogendoorn, VP-Legal at Foot Locker Europe in Vianen, The Netherlands (telephone: 31-3478-05032; e-mail: amaclaughlin@footlocker.com or telephone: 31-3478-05263; e-mail: rhoogendoorn@footlocker.com), Paulette Alviti, Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer of the Company in the New York Office (telephone: 212-720-4417; e-mail: palviti@footlocker.com), Carrie Madson, Vice President–Human Resources of Footlocker.com, Inc. (telephone: 715-261-9580; e-mail: cmadson@footlocker.com), or counsel@footlocker.com. All complaints will be investigated.

Amendment or Termination of Policy

The Company reserves the right to amend, terminate or suspend this Policy at any time. Any changes shall be communicated to associates in a timely manner.