Non-stick bread pans are standard loaf-shaped bread pans with a non-stick coating on them.
The advantage to non-stick bread pans may seem compelling at first, but some people feel that they never seem to last as long as the regular “stick” ones. The non-stick often tends to flake off if the pan is put through a dishwasher: if not on the first run, then on subsequent runs. As well, bread cooked in non-stick loaf pans tends to come out with a paler crust on the sides.
If you are baking in non-stick bread pans, you may find that you need to compensate by lowering the oven temperature by 10 to 15 C (around 25 F).