I can't help you with that particular ski BUT, may I direct you to this thread (if your screen name means something!)
Wonder why carbide steel edges never caught on. A lot of power woodworking tools like table saw blades and router bits use carbide steel on the cutting edges. Stays sharp much, much longer, but is much much harder to sharpen. Also very brittle and easily chipped with impact. Of course, carbide coated could mean a coating so thin as to be nothing more than an advertising gimmick. Note--carbide and high-carbon steel are two very different things.
Sport skis are low speed, low performance skis one step up from beginner skis.