‘Kalos’ is a new pecan (Carya illinoinensis) cultivar released by the University of Georgia College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences. ‘Kalos’ produces good yields of large, high-quality pecans. ‘Kalos’ matures in early October in southern Georgia. Nuts produced by ‘Kalos’ are easily shelled into complete halves, and the kernels have a light golden color. ‘Kalos’ has moderate resistance to pecan scab (Venturia effusa), with low levels of disease symptoms in orchards using fungicides to control this disease. ‘Kalos’ is recommended for planting in the southeastern United States in orchards that will receive fungicide applications.