I've been using Roclite 295s for the last several years. I use them for backpacking, trail running, walking, and general casual wear. They are light, comfortable, and have worked well for me on all types of surfaces. Since the soles are relatively thin and flexible compared to hiking boots you have to learn to walk more gracefully rather than simply stomping down the trail, stepping over or between sharp rocks insted of on top of them. The mesh keeps your feet cool but also lets in a lot of dirt.
My only real complaint is that the lacing loops seem to be prone to breaking. This has been the failure point of every pair of 295s I've owned.
I have also used the Terroc 330s. Frankly, I find very little difference between them. The 330s may feel a touch wider in the toe box and seem to have a slightly stiffer/harder sole.
I wear an 11 in street shoes, 295s, and 330s.