What will you use them for?
You mention bushwacking - if for that purpose, then it better be cold or you'll sweat to death. Driclime offers a good bit of warmth.
If for in camp warmth, then you're good to go. Even then, only if you don't already have puffy pants or hiking pants and a base layer, as this combo will offer the same warmth, +/- at probably less weight and more versatility.
As for wind, you can go a lot lighter with Montbell, Montane, or other wind pants.