The Mountain Hardwear Mesa pants are close- light, Supplex-like material, no cargo pockets. My only beef with them is the pockets- I much prefer the front pockets of the less streetwear-looking MH Canyon pants.
A heavier pant that I really dig is the Mountain Hardwear Piero pant. Material is a light, unlined stretch-woven softshell rather than straight Supplex. A bit of stretch. They look more or less like a pair of khaki work pants- I wear them to work and for hiking. I've been wearing them in all seasons. They dry quickly as well- not as quickly as my MH Canyon pants, but fast enough for me. They deal with mud and dirt exceptionally well. Most days I do a 2-4 mile hike on the Superior Hiking Trail over my lunch break, and often enough I get some dirt or mud around my cuffs or on the calves of the pant. Not sure if it's the DWR, the weave, or some other property of the material but dirt seems to fall off once they dry. Sticks a lot less than it would to the cotton khaki-esque work pants I otherwise wear to work. I highly recommend them!