A High Arch foot is typically more rigid, and has a larger angle between the talus and 1st metatarsal. This commonly presents as a “tripod” stance, with all pressure on three points- 1st metatarsal, 5th metatarsal, and heel. A foot with this presentation is more likely to supinate, require more feedback from the heel cup, and more cushioning under the heel. own morphology (size, volume, shape). We often hear of feet being described as normal, rigid or flat.